“An average office worker spends in excess of 80,000 hours (9.13 years) sitting down over their working life”“An average office worker spends in excess of 80,000 hours (9.13 years) sitting down over their working life”
How CHIROPRACTIC can help?
• Spinal manipulation and manual manipulation. This type of manual manipulation refers to a high-velocity, short lever arm thrust that is applied to abnormal vertebra with the goal of improving functionality, reducing nerve irritability and restoring range of motion in the back. It is also commonly known as “Chiropractic adjustments” There is firm literature support for chiropractic treatment of lower back pain. Many of the published guidelines recommend chiropractic manipulation to be included in the treatment plan early in the care of lower back pain.
The Chiropractor will examine the spine as a whole even if the patient specified pain in the neck resulting from an external trauma. Through that, the chiropractor would spot any areas of restricted joint motion, intervertebral disc injury, muscle spasm, and ligament injury by feeling for tenderness, tightness, and how well your spinal joints move. The chiropractor would also examine your walk to identify any spinal misalignment.
• Mobilization. Chiropractic Mobilization refers to low velocity manipulation, movement and stretching of the muscles and joints, with the goal of increasing the range of motion within those areas.